Low PE Investor

Based on the book by John Neff

Since 2004, this portfolio has returned 134.9%, underperforming the market by 15.5% using its optimal quarterly rebalancing period and 20 stock portfolio size.

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Low PE
S&P 500

This strategy looks for firms with persistent earnings growth that trade at a discount relative to their earnings growth and dividend yield.

Annual Return: 5.8% S&P 500: 6.3%
Year To Date: 14.2% S&P 500: 10.7%
Beta: 1.14 Accuracy: 57.7%
Full Return History

Portfolio Holdings

Ticker Date Added Return
RDN 12/14/2018 30.38%
AMAT 12/14/2018 19.75%
PFG 12/14/2018 16.44%

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All-Time Top Performers

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Tickers with ** denote stocks that no longer trade due to a corporate action, such as a buyout or merger.
Ticker Return
** 93.87%
BBD 91.24%
SPRD 78.73%
** 76.71%
STT 75.82%